Volunteer Overview

Having Fun Has Never Been So Rewarding!

At The William Breman Jewish Home, our volunteers play an essential role in helping residents feel happy and at ease. Just taking the time to smile and socialize with a resident makes a BIG difference. Whatever your interests, skills or talents, The Home offers a myriad of fun and rewarding volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups of all ages and interests.

You can volunteer as often as you like, from weekly or monthly to one-time special events. We will work with you to find the most convenient time and day for you.

Who Can Volunteer?

We welcome enthusiastic people of all ages who enjoy interacting with older adults.

  • Families
  • Retirees
  • Teens
  • Corporate or civic groups
  • Scout troops, youth groups and performance troupes
  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah students
  • Teachers/school groups
  • Rabbis and Cantors
  • College groups
  • People with pets
  • Anyone who needs to earn community-service hours

What Can I Do?

To read more about ways you can enrich the lives of our residents by volunteering, please click here. You can also get involved in our Auxiliary. Click here to learn more.

How Do I Get Started?

Please complete our Volunteer Information Form (PDF) and email to volunteer@wbjhome.org or contact us. If you are a teen, please complete the VolunTEEN Information Form (PDF).

To Learn More

Please contact Shauna Horvath, Director of Volunteer Services, at 404.751.2265 or volunteer@wbjhome.org